All-Sports Edge Speed & Conditioning
To sign up for the 2022 All-Sports Conditioning Program

1. Go to the sign-up form to register (send form via Internet or mail)
2. Go to program payments to submit payment via Internet (or mail payment with form)

When and Where

2 Weeks Offsite Prep
► June 20 -- July 3, 2022)
6 Weeks Onsite Training Program
► July 6 -- August 15

Onsite Training Days
Monday + Wednesday + Friday
9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
[Onsite sessions begin Wednesday, July 6 and end Monday, August 15.]

Onsite Location:
Peabody High School
485 Lowell Street, Peabody, MA

Sign-up form

Payments page

Register by June 12

Register by June 12 to receive the 2-week prep guideline. The goal of the prep guideline is to build muscle and aerobic-cardio conditioning.

If you have any questions or would like to express interest in the program, please send us an email.

What are the all-sports onsite sessions all about?
Go to this link for photos.

All-Sports Speed & Conditioning Staff

Program Director
Fernando Braz
Go to this page for information about Coach Braz.

Dave Smith
► GTD Director

Pat Mayo
► Peabody High Assistant track coach; sprint and technical coach
► GTD Speed & Conditioning coach
► Football coach for 5 years
► 3-sport high school athlete (track, football, lacrosse)
► College Division 3 Lacrosse Athlete

Dana Bonjorno
► Teacher at Peabody High School
► Peabody High assistant indoor/outdoor track coach (sprints)
► Certificate of Advanced Graduate Study (CAGS) in leadership from Salem State University
► NSCAA Nationally Licensed Coach (Soccer)
► 1994 NAIA National Champion (Soccer with West Virginia Wesleyan)

Scott Myers
► Teacher at Peabody High School
► Peabody High School Freshmen Boys Soccer Coach
► Peabody High School Assistant Track Coach; sprints and relays
► 3 sport captain at Peabody High School (soccer, indoor track, and outdoor track)
► Competed at New Balance Nationals in high school in 2013 on 3 relay teams

Kerstin Darsney
► Teacher for Woburn Public Schools
► High Jump, Triple Jump, Long Jump and Hurdles coach at Andover High School
► Division 1 multi event track athlete for 5 years at UMass Lowell
► Event PRs under the coaching of UMass Lowell: 200m: 24.7, 400m: 56.7, High Jump: 5-11, Triple Jump: 42-2, Long Jump: 19-5
► Hold records at UMass Lowell in the Pentathlon, High Jump and Triple Jump
► 3-time D1 NCAA Regional Qualifier in High Jump and Triple Jump

Chris Cennami
► Coached in GTD All-Sports program in Peabody and Andover
► Ran sprints at UMass-Dartmouth and Peabody HS
► Worked as personal trainer at Peabody YMCA
► Specialist in communicating/teaching conditioning drills to all levels

Chris Morales
► Studying Exercise and Sports Science at Fitchburg State University
► Peabody High School Assistant Track Coach (Sprints)
► 2 sport captain at Peabody High School (Indoor and Outdoor Track)
► Competed at New Balance Nationals Indoor and Outdoor at Peabody High School in 2019
► Captain of Fitchburg State Indoor and Outdoor Track and field team
► Head Lifeguard and Swim instructor at the Torgian Family YMCA

Moisse Irizarry
► Hurdle/High Jump coach at Peabody High School
► 2 sport captain in high school (basketball and track)
► Competed at the New Balance Nationals three years in a row
► Ran college track at UMass/Dartmouth
► PRs -- 110 hurdles 14.75; High Jump 6-6
► Ran on the UMass/Dartmouth 4x4 school record team
► Currently at Salem State University studying Criminal Justice

Speed and Conditioning Program

The GTD All-Sports Conditioning Program prepares athletes for the fall competitive season.

The sessions include, but are not limited to, circuits, core, plyometrics, and endurance training.

Each athlete receives a weekly guideline of suggested training.

This program is available for elementary school (age 6 and up), middle school, high school, collegiate, and open athletes.

Note: Athletes running xc in the fall should register for the GTD cross-country program.

Frequently Asked Questions -- and Answers

Question -- Can someone miss time in the program and still participate?
Answer -- Yes. The program has the flexibility and ability to implement conditioning to those who aren't able to make the entire 6 weeks.

Question -- Who do I pay? If I miss time, is the program pro-rated? Are refunds available?
Answer -- You may pay online at this link, or with a check made out to GTD. The fee is $210.
The program is not pro-rated.
Refunds are not available.


This is a progressive development program. The goal is to enhance the athlete’s fitness and conditioning for a successful fall season.

Through these sessions, athletes will improve their speed, quickness, balance, agility, form, endurance, sport-specific technique, and overall conditioning.

Conditioning is attained by the appropriate level of progressive work at pace and over distance.

Athletes will learn conditioning strategies for future training and continued development throughout their athletic sessions.







Sport specific technique